CHRISTMAS 2021 MENU NOW AVAILABLE
BOOKINGS BEING TAKEN
We have been really looking forward to welcoming you all back without restrictions. However, we are fully aware Covid-19 has not gone away yet and that many people are still taking some degree of caution. The wearing of masks will be a personal choice for staff and customers and we will be regularly cleaning, sanitising and testing. PLEASE be patient and respect everyone around you, allowing space for those who still wish to distance. We will continue to provide table service for those not comfortable at the bar. We will have that re-opening party Just not yet
Monday 5pm-11pm Tuesday to Sunday 12 noon-11pm
Lunch Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon-2pm (3pm Saturday)
Evening Monday to Saturday 6.30pm-8.30pm (9pm Fri,Sat)
Sunday Roast 12 noon-3pm & 6pm-8pm
Please book via the links below
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01225892220
The Catherine Wheel is a 17th century country pub in the historic conservation village of Marshfield. It’s just eight miles north of the Roman city of Bath (a World Heritage site) and 13 miles from the port of Bristol, with great links to the M4 & M5.
Marshfield is a thriving community standing close to where three county borders meet at Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Somerset. This is at the southern gateway to the rolling Cotswold hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Catherine Wheel is a good base for visiting many must-see attractions, such as the charming, unspoiled villages of Castle Combe and Lacock, Westonbirt arboretum, as well as horse-racing at Bath and the world-famous Badminton Horse Trials. There are also many great cycles and walks in the area including the Cotswold Way and Limestone Link.
Our chefs are highly regarded for creating wholesome, freshly-prepared dishes, using local produce as much as possible.
The facade and front rooms were built in 1680 as an addition to a house many years older. It became a coaching inn by 1740, the precise date unknown, and was originally known as The Star, changing its name to The Catherine Wheel in the 1780s